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A Note for LARRY PAGE (GOOGLE INC)
Posted: Jul 2, 2013 6:11 PM
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Can you stop setting PR0 on websites..

You're giving the whole business world and webmaster world a giant headache

all you ever read about is New Google Search rank algorithms cutting
websites off..



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In the 90's you could Surf-The-Web with specialised Category Websites!

how is having 1000 links on a site no longer part of the Searchable Web?

Just use a LOGARITHM and only give PR to the 1st 10 links and peter out the
rest!


Then the TOPSITES will work!


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And how can you spend a year with NEW GROUPS in (b)eta then dump Old Groups
when you have to SCROLL 1000 lines of triple spaced replies every post!

All the LEFT WING comments are flagged and invisible!


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I know you're probably planning 8 little Website portals in the JUMP SCREEN
in CHROME... but why not have EXTRA LARGE ICONS, (thumbnails)
LARGE ICONS, SMALL ICONS - 10 X 10 website thumbs?

In reverse Chron order, then I could see what I've been doing!

Who uses 8 Websites? Everybody... because there's no TOPSITES LINKS any
more...


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